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Leona A Martin
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Social Media Coach, Business Designer and Tech Geek
Social Media Coach, Business Designer and Tech Geek

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Repurposing any content is something you should definitely do. Here are a few tips on repurposing your videos from any source or way you recorded video:

1) Edit short segments from your videos to create fresh, shorter content
2) Embed videos from Facebook into a blog article related to said video
3) Transcribe your videos and use in special reports, ebooks or giveaways
4) Package them into a video course (free or paid)

There are other ways but definitely start re purposing your videos.

I LOVE #4 - I can surely see this being very beneficial for many of us. Which do you see for YOUR business?
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#‎SocialMedia‬ Predictions: 
#1 Live stream video - definitely increases in use. 
#2 Facebook Shop feature - those that sell physical products...great way to sell your products without customers leaving Facebook. 
#3 Facebook Instant Articles - Facebook is seeking to becoming a more content-based platform (do you think Facebook is trying to get beyond the 'social' now?)
All 3 of these are great new features and will continue to increase in use in the coming year.
I do like the Instant Articles on Facebook - Don't forget LinkedIn has a similar feature as well.
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This is it! The last day of 12 days of Social Media tips and tricks - to end these 12 days - All I have to say is: It's time to take Social Media by storm NOW! Just do it! Get serious and get on the ball with your Social Media marketing/strategy!
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Day 1 of 12 Days of Social Media tips and tricks:

Start 2016 off to a great start - create a Social Media calendar!  Choose from paper or online calendar, create themes for each month, include holidays, and start planning your content, images and more.
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Day 11 of 12 Days of Social Media tips and tricks:

Be YOU! Be authentic! No matter which Social Media platform Be You and Be Authentic!
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Day 10 of 12 Days of #SocialMedia tips and tricks: Have you started working on your goals for 2016? Considering adding your Social Media strategy to your marketing plan. By doing so you will know what you want to do for each month, day, week and know you are on the right path to taking your business to the next level of online or offline success!
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Day 9th of 12 Days of Social Media tips and tricks:
VIDEO is the single most important marketing strategy for today's Social Media platforms!! No matter what you sell or do in your business if you are not using video to market then you will lose! BTW the majority of the Social platforms have the capability for video! Get started today!

Come back every day for the next 12 days to receive 12 Days of Social Media Tips! In the meantime - sign up to receive a copy of all 12 tips, Spring Clean Your Social Media Platforms AND be entered into a drawing for a gift card to go shopping at Amazon after Christmas! Drawing will be held the day after Christmas and winner will be notified via email. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/12DaysSocialMedia
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Day 8 of 12 Days of Social Media tips and tricks:
Instagram Tip - use hashtags! Take the time to determine your hashtags related to your target market or niche. Create your own hashtag for your business. Find hashtags that your potential or current clients use or check out. I've heard not to use more than 11 at a time, but who knows what too many really is.
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Life is better when you are laughing! Merry Christmas!
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Day 7 of 12 Days of #SocialMedia tips and tricks: Facebook Tip: when posting what how long your content is. You might be surprised the longer the length may get you more clicks/commenting over something that is shorter. http://buff.ly/1OCcO5O did research on their end regarding this tip and I have to agree with their results. They determined that posts with links to take you to their website for the soul purpose of reading more - the post should be shorter in number of words. While when they want to educate or inform; no link to their website - the content should be longer. Take the time to create the right content - length and the goal - behind what you are posting.
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